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Case Study: Integrating Family Planning and HIV Services

By John Nicholson | 25 Mar, 2011

In regions of high fertility and HIV prevalence, integration of family planning and HIV services has emerged as a promising strategy to prevent transmission of HIV, particularly from mother to child. This multimedia enhanced, interactive case study explores different models of integration and how they have been realized in Kenya and Ethiopia, two pioneers in family planning and HIV service integration.

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    Link leads to: http://j.mp/hxjNsG

    Summary: In regions of high fertility and HIV prevalence, integration of family planning and HIV services has emerged as a promising strategy to prevent transmission of HIV, particularly from mother to child. This multimedia enhanced, interactive case study explores different models of integration and how they have been realized in Kenya and Ethiopia, two pioneers in family planning and HIV service integration.

    Source: John Snow, Inc. - JSI

    Publication Date: March 1, 2011

    Language: English

    Keywords: AIDS, Community engagement, Ethiopia, family planning, FHI, HIV, Integration, Integration and linkages to care, JHPIEGO, Kenya, maternal child health, PATH, Pathfinder, Scaling up & managing at scale

 

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